"I see a lot of operators focusing their time on Facebook, but I think that strategy needs to be adjusted and they should be establishing a larger presence on Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest as well as making their websites more user friendly and…"
"The first thing I would do is disconnect the auto feed from Facebook to Twitter. True twitter users HATE when someone just auto feeds posts from Facebook. If you want more followers that is the first thing I would do.
Then I would check to see what…"
"I can see how some restaurants would hesitate to implement this right now, but in the long run I think it will pay off. Everyone has been focusing on the Baby Boomer generation for their marketing and I think they are forgetting that Gen X and Y are…"
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Chef Marcus Guiliano"
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Craft Beer,Food, and Classic Bicycle loving Wife and Mother of three living in Hayden Idaho. In the business of helping dining, craft beer, and cycling event/activity businesses/places become a destination by using Community Creation and Relationship Marketing via social media and events. Emphasis on Local Food, Beverage (Craft Beer and Wine) Dining, and Hospitality Businesses.
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